Item description for Adam & Eve's First Sunset: God's New Day by Sandy Eisenberg Sasso & Joani Keller Rothenberg...
Overview In the first test of their faith in God, Adam and Eve pray for the sun to return when they experience their first sunset.
A lesson in hope and faith and learning that there are some things in life beyond our control for every child who has worried about what comes next.
Adam and Eve's very first day in the Garden of Eden was perfect safe and unshadowed by worry, doubt, or fear. God's first two people saw morning lift the sun high in the bright sky, and they rested in the contented warmth of the peaceful afternoon.
Before long, Adam and Eve realized that the sun was slipping away. First it began to sink beneath the clouds, to fall behind the mountains, and then the sky became dark, the air cold.
This engaging new story from award-winning author Sandy Eisenberg Sasso explores fear and hope, faith and gratitude in ways that will delight kids and adults inspiring us to bless each of God's new days and nights."
Citations And Professional Reviews Adam & Eve's First Sunset: God's New Day by Sandy Eisenberg Sasso & Joani Keller Rothenberg has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Booklist - 01/01/2004 page 870
Publishers Weekly - 01/26/2004 page 251
School Library Journal - 03/01/2004 page 199
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Studio: Jewish Lights Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 12.16" Width: 9.42" Height: 0.38" Weight: 1 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2003
Publisher Jewish Lights Publishing
ISBN 1580231772 ISBN13 9781580231770
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More About Sandy Eisenberg Sasso & Joani Keller Rothenberg
Rabbi Sandy Eisenberg Sasso is director of the Religion, Spirituality, and the Arts Initiative at Butler University and is a national speaker on women and spirituality and the religious imagination of children. She is rabbi emerita of Congregation Beth-El Zedeck in Indianapolis, where she served for thirty-six years, and is the author of numerous highly acclaimed books for both adults and children. Her children's book The Shema in the Mezuzah won the 2012 National Jewish Book Award for Best Illustrated Children's Book. Peninnah Schram is professor emerita of speech and drama at Yeshiva University. An internationally renowned storyteller, she travels across the United States and other countries as a featured presenter at storytelling festivals and conferences and as an artist-in-residence. She is the author of twelve notable books of Jewish folktales and has received numerous prestigious awards, including a Covenant Award for Outstanding Jewish Educator and the National Storytelling Network's Lifetime Achievement Award.
Sandy Eisenberg Sasso currently resides in Indianapolis, in the state of Indiana.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Adam & Eve's First Sunset: God's New Day?
richly beautiful tale Aug 27, 2007
Sasso has once again beautifully illustrated a classic Bible tale. After enjoying their first sunset, Adam and Eve are afraid of the dark and worry through the night about the sun's return. There is a rich field of topics in this eye-pleasing book for discussion at all age levels.
A triumphant story of hope Jan 15, 2004
Adam & Eve's First Sunset: God's New Day by Sandy Eisenberg Sasso is a multicultural, nondenominational, nonsectarian picture book endorsed for children ages 4 and older by Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish religious leaders. It tells the story of Adam and Eve's first day in the Garden of Eden. At first Adam and his mate Eve enjoyed the peaceful afternoon; then they realized the sun was slipping away, and the air became cold. They were fearful and fell asleep waiting for the world to end, but instead came the glorious dawn of a new day, and they thanked God for creating the light and the dark, as well as all that there is. Impressionably illustrated in full color by Joani Keller Rothenberg, Adam & Eve's First Sunset is a triumphant story of hope that is meant to be shared with children from all religious backgrounds.